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  • John Oseni, a 16-year-old Nigerian coder, explains on the “TEDxJibowu” event how all of his current jobs came from referrals.

John Oseni, a 16-year-old Nigerian coder, explains on the “TEDxJibowu” event how all of his current jobs came from referrals.

An 16-year-old Nigerian software engineer named John Oseni, who works in the fields of Web3, mobile, blockchain, and cyber security, tells the TEDxJibowu audience about how he got his start…

Kenya proposes to tax cryptocurrency trade.

Over 4 million Kenyans are presently using cryptocurrency, according to recent reports, and lawmakers in Kenya are currently debating whether or not to move forward with a law that would…

The department of information technology at Mount Kenya University in Rwanda now offers more courses in cryptography.

In contrast to other European universities like the University of Nicosia in Cyprus, which launched a full degree program in digital currency and cryptography since the early days of Bitcoin…

Lusaka will play host to one of its biggest blockchain summits, November 28–30, 2022.

Blockchain enthusiasts in Lusaka, the capital city of Zambia, are growing anxious as they anticipate the blockchain summit that will be held by the United Africa Blockchain Association (UABA) on…

Tremendous turnout as Cape Town plays host to the 8th Africa Fintech Summit.

With a large attendance of participants from several African countries, the 8th edition of the Africa Fintech Summit has concluded in Cape Town, South Africa, at the International Convention Center.…

Is web3 ushering in a new era of the digital economy for Africa? Everything you need to know about Web 3.0.

Many people believe that the current Internet model, in which corporations avariciously collect user data, censor content, and know more about users than their relatives, needs to be updated. This…

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